Regarding the cleaning supplies. I recently switched over to products by Melaleuca. You can google Melaleuca and find their website. Anyhow they have many echo friendly products that are not toxic. I love the laundry detergents. They also have dog food, health bars, insect repellent, hand and lotion creams, hair care, oral, the list goes on and on.
I am of the belief that many of our cancers are caused by chemicals. Our home is hardwood and tile floors. We have a shark steamer that does a great job, no chemicals.
Caringbridge,org is wonderful I used it for my son this summer, he was in the hospital for 88 days, it would have been impossible to answer the phone calls, and call everyone. I have a friend who has been battle breast cancer for about 7 months now and she also uses CaringBridge.Org. She is not doing well, had 7 chemos, 3 surgeries in two weeks, waiting for radiation. Don't know if the cancer is under the breast bone and lrynax too, they took 20 lymph lymph nodes from under her arm and chemo had killed the cancer there, however it is much worst then they suspected.
Seems like we are really getting hit these days with all kinds of cancer. Sometimes I even wonder if the children cancer might have been from some chemicals the mother had been around.
Anyhow I heard a oncologist say a few years ago if you see what I see you would never handle a chemical without plastic gloves. I do have the outside sprayed by professionals, as we have woods and a creek nearby. I like to do plant my flowers, but I don't handle the soil and mulch, etc without gloves.
Anyhow be careful with the toxic chemicals. I do hear that after a transplant everything has to become sterile at least for about a year. Every bug and virus and mold, in the world looking for a host, no immune system the host would be you!!
I need to check out the transplant group. I guess I would just click on the discussion board and find transplant topic. Acutally I have 2 donors a sister 11 years older and a brother 2 years younger, neither are in good shape. I was diagnosed at age 57 with CML so the new TKI became safer then the transplant at least at that time, I think they are probably still pretty dangerous at least for us older folks.